Tobago Historical Sites
Built around 1765 to protect the short-lived first capital Georgetown, Fort Granby is the second oldest fort on the island, and the first British fortification.
Today, what remains of the fort are the white-benched gazebos that look out onto Barbados and Pinfold Bays on either side of the headland. The grounds have become a labyrinth of interwoven trees forming a canopy covering most of the fort.
Furbished with modern conveniences, Fort Granby includes a playground, making it an interesting stop-off point along the Windward coast.
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